BARBER, WILLIAM 
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Architect, of Dublin, who submitted two plans for the Royal Exchange, Dublin, in the competition of 1768-69.(1) He may be the same person as the William Barber who was awarded a premium by the Dublin Society's School of Drawing in Architecture in 1767.(2) A Mr Barber, described as master builder of Great George's Street, exhibited designs for a nobleman's house and a temple and an elevation of the Royal Exchange, London, at the Society of Artists in Ireland in 1768.(3)
See WORKS. See also WILLIAM BARBER .
(1) B 27, 2 Oct 1869, 781.
(2) Royal Dublin Society Minutes, 26 May 1768 E. McParland, James Gandon: Vitruvius Hibernicus (1985),
(3) IALE, I. 30; Letter from Walter Armytage to Rolf Loeber, 21 Jun 1972 (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc. 2008/44).
1 work entries listed in chronological order for BARBER, WILLIAM 
|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CORK HILL, ROYAL EXCHANGE|
|Nature:||Submitted 2 plans in competition|
|Refs:||B 27, 2 Oct 1869, 781|